Historic droughts, the fastest growing populations in the country, and unsettled law have combined to create a perfect legal storm for landowner water rights in Texas. Water quantity, water pollution, upstream users, and offers to buy or lease water rights, as well as regulation by local governments, are issues many owners of rural land face today or will in the very near future. Braun & Gresham helps landowners understand their rights and create strategies to protect themselves now.

“Braun had the expertise to make it all happen. They provided the insight, integrity, and respect necessary to engage successfully with all entities involved. They were very fair-minded and creative with their thinking – they just wouldnt except ‘no’ for an answer.”

Cecilia Dahlstrom Barrentine
Landowner

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Water Rights News

  • Landowner Alert System 8-17-21

    Water Resources & Your Rights: Join me and Braun & Gresham’s sister company, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management, for a free webinar on August 24th discussing ways to increase water resources on your property. Plateau Wildlife Biologist, David Riley, will … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Landowner Alert System 11-17-20

    Water Rights: As the Texas Hill Country and surrounding communities grow, municipalities face complicated issues, including wastewater discharge. Sewage with its nutrient pollutants can cause algae growth, which arguably reduces property and recreational values. While the Texas Commission on Environmental … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Landowner Alert System 11-3-20

    Aggregate Production Operations: Aggregate Production Operations (APOs) include rock quarries, gravel pits, borrow pits, and similar aggregate production operations. These facilities are in the spotlight as landowners and regulators grapple with the impacts on neighbors and the environment. APOs are … Continue reading →Read More »

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